|Distance to city centre||13.5 km|
|Nearest airport||Los Angeles|
|Distance to airport||22.6 km|
|comfortable beds||in 59 reviews|
|falling apart||in 9 reviews|
|fridge in the room||in 56 reviews|
|great location||in 160 reviews|
|hallways smelled||in 5 reviews|
|loud music||in 25 reviews|
|pay for parking||in 104 reviews|
|people talking||in 5 reviews|
|pool area||in 259 reviews|
|room was clean||in 41 reviews|
|shuttle to universal||in 112 reviews|
|universal studios||in 174 reviews|
|walls are paper||in 51 reviews|
Nicely designed and great location!
$25 parking in studio city - seems excessive. Also housekeeping was mixed and lots of noise the night I stayed there.
Full price for off season, under renovations location:(
The beds are amazing, and staff is friendly and attentive.
Entire pool area is under repair, only ground floor rooms available. Busy and noisy grounds due to maintenance and "upgrades". 20 bucks to park per night on top of room rate, plus rediculous and unjustified "resort tax" equals: We will not be back any time soon:(
Not what it used to be
the pool...kind of
No in room movie rental- was before-not now They charge $20 for you to park your own car outside with no valet or security in a motel environment ...seems a little ridiculous. They didn't used to-now they do Took us 20 minutes for room service to pick up multiple calls...apparently it's one guy and a cook? Overall just not as relaxing as it used to be...and the "small print" and hidden fees like parking your own car for $20 is just ridiculous...I would have spent that and then some in room service and movie rentals if they were only available We used to love this hotel...now we don't. Don't waste your time.
Close to Universal Studios.
Homeless people on corners with one urinating in public.Hotel in need of updating.
Overpriced motel with patchwork renovation
The location is great if you don't want to be in Hollywood. Best location in the valley. Parking is good too.
Walls are paper thin. Really terrible. You can hear everything (and I do mean everything) going on in every surrounding room. The shower tiles were falling apart as well. Seemed like they did the bare minimum to qualify this as a luxury hotel but it's a glorified Holiday Inn.
The proximity to restaurants
No room safe.
Things I liked
Loved that the TV had BBC America channel. Loved the small patio outside my room even though we didn't have time to make use of it. Enjoyed the breakfast in the café - was able to get exactly what I wanted because the restaurant was flexible.
Could not use the shower! Price was too high Cost was put on card at time of reservation instead of when I checked out.
Flew in early, check in scheduled for 3pm, but staff found me a room as early as 10am. Got to recoup from jet lag right away.
Noisy cleaning staff woke me up with talking in the hallway and then vacuuming. But in their defense it was already 10am.
The bed was very comfortable.
Finding our room the first night was very difficult. Someone should have walked us to our room and carried our suitcases for us. There was no elevator to our 2nd floor room.
Very uncountable beds . The sheets has a very bad smell . Bathroom not clean right . And I found a underwear the not belongs to us ...
The Los Angeles Hotels Sportsmen's Lodge evokes classic Hollywood grandeur with its spacious accommodations and charming aesthetic. Located in the heart of Studio City, the hotel channels the old world charm that once enveloped Hollywood. With a large heated pool surrounded by waterfalls and lush greenery, guests will feel transported to another world. Guests can explore the area by visiting Paramount Studios old backlot, which is ten miles away. Universal Studios Hollywood is only three miles away, and the iconic Sunset Strip is six miles away. A free to shuttle to Universal Studios is provided. Guest rooms and suites are designed to provide a temporary respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. All rooms are 100% non-smoking. Hotel amenities include free wi-fi access, overnight parking ($25 per night), a fully equipped gym (for an additional fee), six acres fo gardens, business facilities and the largest pool in the San Fernando Valley. All rooms include luxurious bath amenities and most feature a private balcony. Onsite dining includes breakfast and lunch options at The Patio Cafe, a frequent favorite of many celebrities. River Rock is also a magnet for the famous, lured by the restaurants unique, “bait-to-plate” cuisine. Guests can relax poolside by the Pool Bar, which serves cocktails, beverages, and small plates. Modern meets classic in this one of a kind hotel. Guests who are fans of old Hollywood glamor, or who wish to take a trip down nostalgia lane with a twist, will find what they are looking for at the Los Angeles Hotels Sportsmen's Lodge.
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